WALL Street Prep Course with CFA
I am working in Oil and gas Technical side which is usually 8 to 5 job, able to put average 2-3 hours on weekdays and some 10 hours on weekend for CFA Level 1 preparation.
Would you recommend doing this course with CFA Level 1 (Dec 2012) Prep. Considering, I dont have a Finance background.
I am really interested in a course offer by BWIS on oil and gas modeling. But, its a advance modeling, so before that Like to do some thing basic
Oil & Gas Modeling teaches you how to value and model natural resource companies and how they're different from normal companies.
Everything is based on a case study of Exxon Mobil's $41 billion acquisition of XTO Energy – one of the largest energy M&A deals ever – and the entire program is integrated with real SEC filings and equity research from banks like JP Morgan, Credit Suisse, and Deutsche Bank.
You'll start with a crash-course on oil & gas accounting, production, and reserves, and then you'll get to create operating models for both Exxon Mobil and XTO based on their energy production levels.
After that, we'll jump into a full valuation of XTO including the Net Asset Value (NAV) model, before completing a detailed 3-statement merger model between Exxon Mobil and XTO and concluding with a hypothetical leveraged buyout model